GEOTHERMAL HEAT PUMPS:
The most efficient way to heat & cool your home!
Grow Geo Chicagoland is a non-profit run program connecting residents of northeastern Illinois with education and competitive bulk pricing on geothermal heat pump systems. Save money and energy by switching to the most efficient option for heating and cooling. Our group buy program provides educational sessions and preferential pricing from vetted geothermal heat pump installers.
Interested in learning more? Read our kickoff announcement here and visit our Events page to see our upcoming schedule of virtual and in-person Geothermal Power Hour presentations. Want to get started and receive program updates? Sign up today!
Geothermal heat pumps don’t produce any emissions, and they use a renewable energy source: the earth’s constant temperature. This makes them a great choice for those looking to reduce carbon pollution and help the environment.
Durable and Long-Lasting
Invest In Your Home & Future
Geothermal heat pumps work for both space heating and cooling, and water heating, which are the three largest energy uses of a home. By greatly reducing energy used for cooling and heating, homeowners can save hundreds of dollars each year!
Geothermal Heat Pumps – Overview
Geothermal heat pumps, also known as ground-source heat pumps, provide an efficient and sustainable way to heat and cool your home or business. By using the constant temperature of the earth as a source of thermal energy, these systems can save you money on your energy bills while also reducing your carbon footprint.
One of the key benefits of geothermal heat pumps is their high efficiency. Because they use the earth as a heat source, they require less energy to produce the same amount of heat as traditional systems. This means that they can reduce your energy costs by up to 70% compared to traditional heating and cooling systems!
Geothermal Heat Pumps have been around for decades, but are poised to get a boost in popularity in the coming years due to incentives included in the Inflation Reduction Act. With these rebates, efficient geothermal heating and cooling is more accessible than ever.